Inside The Coral Room

Nestled within London’s Bloomsbury Hotel, The Coral Room, designed by the magnificent Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, is the epitome of bold and inspiring 1920s Art Deco aesthetic.

Outfitted in the bar’s namesake colour, The Coral Room features the original architectural details of the building, originally designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, while five bespoke Murano glass chandeliers dazzle overhead. More contemporary touches include the Calacatta marble top bar, furniture from The Cocktail Collection and 36 unique works by British artist, Luke Edward Hall.

The Cocktail Collection

Ambient, zonal seating is created using pieces from The Cocktail Collection, our collaboration with Martin Brudnizki. L-shaped corner versions of the scalloped Almack Sofa have been designed to create inviting seating for groups, and the cosy two-seater Portland Sofas and Almack Chairs have been upholstered in Pierre Frey and Robert Allen fabric. Discover The Cocktail Collection here.

Open from 10am until midnight daily, the bar provides the perfect setting during the day for guests wishing to meet for a light breakfast, coffee or an afternoon bite, before transforming itself into a buzzing cocktail bar in the evenings. The versatility of The Coral Room makes it an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of London.